Can someone please assist with the following sheet/

Can someone please assist with the following sheet/
The Case of Father John CCMH/522 Version 1 University of Phoenix Material The Case of Father John John is a 35 year-old seminarian who is in his first year of theology. Prior to entering the seminary, he was a special education teacher in a Catholic high school. He enjoyed working with smaller groups of students despite his anxiety about whether he was doing a good job. Since coming to the seminary, John spends most of his free time studying. When the other seminarians invite him to go out, he usually declines, stating that he has a paper due or is studying for a test. However, John seems to enjoy it when a small group of the seminarians manage to convince him to go with them to a movie. The other seminarians have noticed that John seems to be quite anxious most of the time, and he usually appears very uptight when he has an upcoming class presentation. He generally stays up late to prepare, but when he does go to bed, he often has trouble sleeping. Although John is able to cope during these situations, he usually perspires profusely, and at times his hands shake. When a few of the seminarians teased him about having the shakes, John became extremely embarrassed and feared that they were judging him. Although John is a good student and has a real desire to be of service to others, the rector is concerned about John’s continuous worrying about his performance, his avoidance of public presentations, and his increasing withdrawal from interaction with his classmates. When the rector spoke with John about his anxiety, John said, “I know I am more fearful than I need to be, and I’m not sure why or what to do about it.” Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.
Can someone please assist with the following sheet/
The Case of Father John CCMH/522 Version 1 University of Phoenix Material The Case of Father John John is a 35 year-old seminarian who is in his first year of theology. Prior to entering the seminary, he was a special education teacher in a Catholic high school. He enjoyed working with smaller groups of students despite his anxiety about whether he was doing a good job. Since coming to the seminary, John spends most of his free time studying. When the other seminarians invite him to go out, he usually declines, stating that he has a paper due or is studying for a test. However, John seems to enjoy it when a small group of the seminarians manage to convince him to go with them to a movie. The other seminarians have noticed that John seems to be quite anxious most of the time, and he usually appears very uptight when he has an upcoming class presentation. He generally stays up late to prepare, but when he does go to bed, he often has trouble sleeping. Although John is able to cope during these situations, he usually perspires profusely, and at times his hands shake. When a few of the seminarians teased him about having the shakes, John became extremely embarrassed and feared that they were judging him. Although John is a good student and has a real desire to be of service to others, the rector is concerned about John’s continuous worrying about his performance, his avoidance of public presentations, and his increasing withdrawal from interaction with his classmates. When the rector spoke with John about his anxiety, John said, “I know I am more fearful than I need to be, and I’m not sure why or what to do about it.” Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.
Can someone please assist with the following sheet/
Father John Case Study Worksheet CCMH/522 Version 1 University of Phoenix Material Father John Case Study Worksheet Answer the following questions for the assigned case study. Each response should be sufficient to answer the question appropriately (around 50–75 words each when applicable). Think critically about your response to each question. Do not respond with statements that indicate you are not in a position to prescribe or diagnose; this activity intends to utilize your critical-thinking skills. What primary presenting problems do you see in this case study? What would be your DSM-5 diagnosis of this case? What medication might you suggest for the client in this case? Provide the medication name, the dosage you would recommend, and what time of day you would suggest the medication be taken. Identify the primary side effects of concern you would address with this client. Would you recommend hospitalizing the client in this case? Explain the rationale behind your decision. What alternative treatments might you recommend for this client to address the reported problems? What alternative medications might you suggest? Discuss the benefits and risks of recommending anxiolytic or sedative-hypnotic drugs to assist with Father John’s sleep problems. Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.